Design, Manufacture and Installation of Theatrical Equipment Worldwide


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Wenger Corporation and JR Clancy

Wenger & J.R. Clancy bring performance in every detail through stage, sound and storage solutions for performing arts markets around the world.

For more than 70 years, Wenger has been a place where talented people transform great ideas into amazing solutions. This is a place where quality counts and products are built to perform flawlessly. And most importantly, this is a place where people are dedicated to enhancing performing arts around the world.

In 2011, Wenger acquired J.R. Clancy, Inc. Our two companies share a long history of collaboration and a proud tradition of market-leading innovation, safety and customer service. Our founders – Harry Wenger and John Clancy – were each passionate visionaries who understood the challenges their customers faced. In the 1880s, John Clancy was a stagehand who began designing and building stage-rigging equipment, inspired by a lack of suitable alternatives. In the 1940s, Harry Wenger was a band director who invented products that helped educate music students and the next generation of performers.

Today Wenger employs more than 500 manufacturing, marketing and sales professionals. We offer nearly 600 products to performing art center architects, consultants and facility managers around the world. But most of all, we share your passion for performance.


Classification:     Salary

Job Description:  Responsibilities and authority include:

  • Interpret project information and prepare detailed cost estimates and quotations
  • Gather required information from customer (voltage, building dimensions, loading requirements)
  • Create and maintain sales orders within Epicor ERP system
  • Create project drawings and bills of materials
  • Confirm equipment ordered is appropriate for the building conditions (load ratings, mounting dimensions, etc.), utilizing engineering assistance as required
  • Maintain communication with partners to provide support, address issues, answer questions and confirm ship dates
  • Provide support to Project Management department, assist in planning, scheduling, management of projects and related bookkeeping
  • Freight coordination and customs paperwork for outgoing shipments
  • Prepare Operation & Maintenance manuals
  • Update internal and external status reporting weekly
  • Other items as assigned by Director of Project Management
  • Identifying non-conformities and initiating Corrective Action Reports and Supplier Action Reports as needed.
  • Performing work activities that are in line with achieving the company’s Quality Objectives

Minimum Qualification Criteria:

Education: Associates Degree or Equivalent Experience
Skills: Knowledge of theatrical rigging systems, equipment and market, preferred estimating and preparation of take offs
Computer skills (Microsoft Office, etc.)
Strong communication, organization and time management skills
Experience:   Construction and/or technical theatre work
Training: ISO 9001 Quality Management System Awareness
Applicable QMS procedures/work instructions


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